BANGLADESH TO PREPARE FOR RISE IN GAS DEMAND

Bangladesh is moving to expand its natural gas infrastructure in response to rising domestic demand. Bangladesh natural gas demand is expected to rise to 700-850 MMcfd in the next few years from the current level of about 500 MMcfd, said Prime Minister Khaleda Zia. Zia urged quick implementation of a $210 million project to expand the country's gas infrastructure with Gopalganj at the center. The project is to be funded by the World Bank, United Nations, Netherlands, and other sources. It

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